Look Into My Fries

👀🍟 Look into my fries 🇺🇸 #memorialdayweekend #fries #BBQ 😋#foodsofjudaism 🍟 @funwithfries A post shared by Foods of Judaism (@foodsofjudaism_) on May 28, 2017 at 3:46pm PDT  

Shakshukah!

🍳🍅🌶🌱 It's #JerusalemDay and I celebrate by eating 😛 #Shakshukah #Obviously #Israel 😋 #foodsofjudaism 🍴@kosher90210 A post shared by Foods of Judaism (@foodsofjudaism_) on May 24, 2017 at 1:46pm PDT  

Onion Soup

🇮🇱 Most people associate #falafel with Israeli food, but when I'm in Jerusalem, I always work in a french onion soup to my meal #Jerusalemday #onionsoup #hungry #mmm #Israel 😋 #foodsofjudaism 🍴@corkandslice A post shared by Foods of Judaism (@foodsofjudaism_) on May 23, 2017 at 4:59pm PDT  

Shabbat Table

🕯🍞🍷 ☑️ Candles ☑️ Challah ☑️ Wine #ShabbatShalom 😋 #foodsofjudaism 🍴@chefmelissamayo A post shared by Foods of Judaism (@foodsofjudaism_) on May 19, 2017 at 9:26am PDT  

Meet Zehava

….actually you already know her because she’s the most photographed Human of this project (Humans of Tel Aviv). I started taking her picture when she was only 93, and that was when her love affair with the camera started. Every year she “promised” that next year – “with God’s help” […]

Breakfast in Tel Aviv

🍳🥚🍞🍯🍅🧀 Oh hiiii there from Brunch in Tel Aviv! Fact: 5 out of 5 hungry people agree. No one does brunch better than Israel 🇮🇱 #telaviv #brunch #sababa 😋 #foodsofjudaism 🍴@everything_delish A post shared by Foods of Judaism (@foodsofjudaism_) on May 17, 2017 at 9:08am PDT  

Lox n’ Loaded

Loxed n' loaded 😋 #foodsofjudaism 🍴@onehungryjew A post shared by Foods of Judaism (@foodsofjudaism_) on May 17, 2017 at 3:33pm PDT  

“Today we were walking up Amsterdam Ave. after having brunch with two delicious alumni. Soon we realized that we needed to get back to our apartment to prepare for an alumnus’ wedding this evening.”

Shortly after getting ourselves seated in the back of a taxi, we noticed that the driver was an older, white woman. Unusual. She soon asked where we were from. First we replied Boston and then added Brooklyn. “Where in Brooklyn?” she asked. “Crown Heights?” “Yes,” we replied. “You are Lubavitchers. […]

🍎#TeacherAppreciationWeek

“I grew up down the block, but I used to get bused to school in a white area. There were always a lot of people in that neighborhood who would make us feel like we didn’t belong. They would try to send a message that blacks aren’t allowed. But the […]